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Kidwelly Industrial Museum

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Kidwelly Industrial Museum

The Kidwelly Industrial Museum focuses on the Tinplate industry in Kidwelly. In addition there are exhibits featuring coal mining and brick making. The museum is located near the town of Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, West Wales, on the site of the former Kidwelly tinplate works. The tinplate works was originally established in 1737 and was closed in 1941.

The Engine House of the tinplate works was listed as Grade II* in 1998[1] while the works chimney, Boxing Room and Assorting Room are listed as Grade II.


  1. ^ Cold-roll Engine-house at former Kidwelly Tinplate Works, Kidwelly, Retrieved 21 August 2013.

External links

  • Kidwelly Industrial Museum Trust website
  • Carmarthenshire County Council official page

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